Brexit: Deal or No Deal? | Bigger Than Five

Nellie Chapman
June 13, 2019

Because the Conservatives are the UK's governing party, the victor of the race automatically becomes prime minister - and steps into a paralyzing Brexit impasse which Theresa May has tried and failed to break.

"I am the change candidate, Boris Johnson is yesterday's news", Javid told reporters on Wednesday as he launched his campaign.

It is a "terrible political miscalculation" for United Kingdom politicians to believe they can get a better Brexit deal, the Irish PM has said.

"What we are talking about today is an attempt by principally Labour and the SNP (Scottish National Party) to remove control of the order paper from the government and to write themselves a blank cheque for a specified day in the future", May's spokesman said.

This sum would cover budget commitments up through a transition period at the end of next year, but the British parliament has refused to ratify the treaty and Brexit has been delayed until October 31.

"I understand why they're saying it about leaving on October 31 deal or no deal but I think it's a mistake". "Delay means defeat, delay means ruin".

Britain's Secretary of State for International Development Rory Stewart speaks during the launch of his campaign for the Conservative Party leadership, in London, Britain June 11, 2019.

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Johnson, a leading figure in the 2016 referendum vote to leave, has said he will deliver on the result with or without a deal with Brussels.

He said: "For three times when the opportunity presented itself to me I have not voted for a deal, the last time in March I followed my party line that I would not support the deal that was put in front of me - and I made a mistake".

A bid by opposition politicians to stop Prime Minister Theresa May's successor from taking Britain out of the European Union without a deal was defeated Wednesday in the House of Commons.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said a no-deal Brexit would be "disastrous", telling MPs: "I think some of [the PM's] colleagues need reminding of that".

After Michael Gove's admission that he had taken cocaine in the past, Mr Johnson sidestepped a question as to whether he had also used the drug.

"Any Tory leadership candidates should know that Parliament will continue to fight against no deal".

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